David Guetta Bids Farewell to Wynn, Set to Rock Fontainebleau Las Vegas from 2025


Famed French DJ David Guetta, most recently captivating audiences at the headliner for the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, is changing the game with a significant career move. The Grammy-life winner, a Las Vegas staple residing at both the Wynn’s XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club for over a decade, is crossing over to charm the crowd at the equally popular Fontainebleau Las Vegas.

From 2025, Guetta will engage his musical prowess as the resident performer at the illustrious LIV Nightclub and LIV Beach. These venues, birthed through the visionary leadership of David Grutman and his Goot Hospitality team, will be reinvigorated by Guetta’s distinctive world-class styles.

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According to Jeffrey Soffer, the CEO and chairman of Fontainebleau, Guetta represents more than just a performer — he’s a symbol of the charisma and class that encapsulates the Fontainebleau brand. As part of this enticing arrangement, Guetta will be gracing the stage at several special appearances at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

This bold move has undoubtedly unsettled the Wynn’s management team who continue to wrestle in a legal dispute over accusations of talent poaching directed at the Strip’s newest resort. Adding to their distress, their comments about music bookings are notably missing from press releases.

While the exact dates, ticket information, and potential new lawsuits remain unannounced, this unexpected move has certainly created buzz in the entertainment industry.

Meanwhile, Grammy-winning rap idol Lil Wayne is carving out his own path. Unlike Guetta, he is declaring his commitment to non-exclusive relationships with casinos. Lil Wayne has unveiled simultaneous residencies at Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World and Drai’s Beach and Nightclub planned for June and July. This new journey begins with the Drai’s shows on June 29, followed by Wayne’s Zouk performances starting July 12.

Mexican rap prodigy Santa Fe Klan will grace the stage at Planet Hollywood’s Bakkt Theater on Saturday, July 27, as part of his “Blanco y Negro” Tour. Guest performances by That Mexican OT and Alemán will further elevate this highly anticipated event.

Music aficionados should brace themselves for the debut of the Giddy Up Music Festival at the Downtown Las Events Center from October 18-20. With a lineup boasting an all-new rendition of Lynyrd Skynyrd — the last original member guitarist Gary Rossington sadly passed away last year — singer Megan Moroney, and Turnpike Troubadours, this will be a country music festival like no other. This marks the first major event in the genre since the devastating Route 91 Harvest held on Oct. 1, 2017. Tickets become available from June 20 at giddyupfest.com.